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US Election Odds to be Graded December 14

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Nov/26/2020

You probably all have them.  Facebook friends who say the 2020 US Presidential Election was won by Donald Trump.

Nearly all media outlets say otherwise.  Instead, Democratic candidate Joe Biden is considered the President-Elect.

Meanwhile, the Trump campaign continues to file lawsuits.  Nearly all of the few dozen suits filed have been tossed out in court.

Never-the-less, the effort is still there and Trump has yet to officially concede.

With this in mind, BetOnline's Dave Mason announced the most likely day in which Election bets will be graded: December 14.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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